On college campuses across the country, Palestinian activists have been deeply involved in pushing the BDS movement, which advocates for the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctioning of Israeli products. Filmmaker Ami Horowitz recently visited Portland State University, a hot spot of the BDS movement in America, to see how far students would be willing to go to support the anti-Israel cause.
Posing as a representative from "American Friends for Hamas," a fake organization, Horowitz was able to raise hundreds of dollars from students by advocating for the bombing of schools, hospitals and cafes.
"We're not your father's terrorist organization, we're kind of rebuilt and re-branded," Horowitz tells students as they donate money to his cause. "It's BDS at the next level. There's BDS and we're like, BDS plus."
At one point in the video, Horowitz tells a student, "The suicide bomber is all we've got because it's like the poor man's F-16."
"Right, right," the student says in response. Another woman in the video says she'll donate $27 because that's the amount she gave to Democrat presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.
You can see more of Ami's work at AmiHorowitz.com.